How to enter the Healthy Streets Awards 2019

By entering the Healthy Streets Awards 2019 you agree:
 

  • To attend the Healthy Streets Award ceremony which will be held at Glasgow City Chambers on 9th October 

  • The organisers reserve the right to withdraw your entry if nobody from your organisation can attend 

  • All entries must include at least 1 photograph, which will be automatically entered into the Best Healthy Streets Photo of the Year Award category unless requested

  • The awards entry deadline is 5pm on Friday 26th July.  Any submissions entered after this time will not be included in the judging

Full entry criteria are below...

  1. Best Healthy Streets Innovation Award

  2. Best Healthy Streets Behaviour Change Initiatives Award

  3. Healthy Streets Champion Award

  4. Best Shared Transport Award

  5. The Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year

  6. The Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year Awardv

  7. The Healthy Street of the Year Award 

  8. Best Tactical Urbanism Award 

  9. Best Healthy Streets Business Improvement District Project

  10. Best Healthy Streets Photo of the Year Award 

  11. The Ben Hamilton Baillie Award

 

Categories include:

1. Best Healthy Streets Innovation Award 

The Best Innovation in Healthy Streets Award can include technology innovations such as air quality improvement solutions e.g. green walls and infra, active travel infrastructure, such as bike parking and cycle schemes.  The Innovation award can also include original ideas in engineering and street design, which are not always considered ‘technology’ based innovations.  

Entry Criteria:

The judges will be looking for the following to be included in your submission: 

  • Purpose of the innovation / technique – safety, engineering, way finding, promotion etc. 

  • How has it been implemented? 

  • What was the overall budget and what outputs have been delivered to date? 

  • Cost-benefits – Any quantifiable evidence of how much was spent and what outcomes delivered to show value for money 

  • Opportunity to introduce elsewhere – demonstrate how the innovations can be replicated 

  • Evidence of influencing travel behaviour and modal share 

  • Innovation – is this an entirely new approach or adapted from elsewhere?

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2. Best Healthy Streets Behaviour Change Initiatives Award 

This award recognises marketing campaigns that engage with their target audiences, have a measurable impact, are replicable elsewhere and are great value for money.  They can be single medium or multi-channel.  The key question will be: does it work well?

Entry Criteria:

  • The target group for your marketing campaign and how you tailored the campaign to meet their needs 

  • The level of engagement and results you achieved, such as how many people you reached, follow-up contact, social media traffic and levels of behaviour change achieved 

  • Campaign spend and resourcing, including cost per head, benefits to the user and to other stakeholders, such as local authority, an employer, the NHS and so on

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3. Healthy Streets Champion Award

This award is for the individual who has made an outstanding personal contribution to Healthy Streets.  This can be a politician, business leaders, academics, local advocates for active travel and media and sport personalities that have pushed the agenda forward. 

Entry Criteria:

  • Name and role of nominee 

  • Achievement in making health-friendly communities 

  • Examples of the nominee doing outstanding things for public health 

  • Commitment to the cause 

  • Testimonials illustrating a high level of respect, influence and outcomes 

Download Entry Form

4. Best Shared Transport Award

 

The Shared transport award seeks applicants who deliver active mobility solutions such new bus or tram services, mobility hubs, bike share and scooters. 

Entry Criteria:

  • Details of the service including start date, region it covers, number of users etc 

  • How has it been implemented? 

  • How many users are now using the service, modal share, expansion plans 

  • Opportunity to introduce elsewhere – is the service flexible enough to be used elsewhere 

  • Evidence of influencing travel behaviour and modal share 

  • Client and council testimonials about the service 

  • Any other video or photgraphic supporting evidence 

Download Entry Form

5. The Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year 

The Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year award will seek applicants from community-led projects where a small change has made a big difference. 

Entry Criteria:

The judges would like to see submissions where a community lead effort has improved a residential street or area. 

  • Purpose of the project e.g. traffic calming, safety etc 

  • How has it been implemented? How was the community involved? 

  • What was the overall budget and what outputs have been delivered to date?  

  • Photographic or video evidence of the project

  • Evidence of influencing travel behaviour, modal share, air quality etc

  • Testimonial comments from residents and other stakeholders about this project 

Download Entry Form

6. The Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year Award

This award will recognise the Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year, considering all of the Healthy Streets indicators including: street design, access, active travel choices, safety, improved air quality and livability.  Abstracts should demonstrate the biggest impacts of both soft and hard measures. 

Entry Criteria:

  • A summary of the objectives for the street noting active travel, air quality, modal share, businesses, residents etc  

  • Summary of what projects will be implemented to achieve the objectives 

  • Overview of the baseline – what is the current position? 

  • How will it be implemented? 

  • What is the overall budget and what the expected outputs and outcomes? 

  • Cost-benefits – Please supply any details you can on the proposal value for money

Download Entry Form

7. The Healthy Street of the Year Award 

Sponsored by: Civic Engineers

The Healthy Street of the Year Award seeks applicants from those that have already carried out a street redesign and the scheme has been built and delivered.  

Entry Criteria:

  • A summary of the objectives for the street noting active travel, air quality, modal share, businesses, residents etc  

  • Summary of what projects will be implemented to achieve the objectives 

  • Overview of the baseline – what is the current position? 

  • How will it be implemented? 

  • What is the overall budget and what the expected outputs and outcomes? 

  • Cost-benefits – Please supply any details you can on the proposal value for money

Download Entry Form

8. Best Tactical Urbanism Award 

The judges would like to see submission examples of small changes, that make a big difference in Healthy Streets.

Entry criteria:

  • Purpose of the project e.g. traffic calming, safety etc 

  • How has it been implemented? 

  • What was the overall budget and what outputs have been delivered to date?  

  • Photographic or video evidence of the project

  • Evidence of influencing travel behaviour, modal share, air quality etc

  • Testimonial comments from residents and other stakeholders about this project 

Download Entry Form

9. Best Healthy Streets Business Improvement District Project

The business improvement district award seeks applicants who have encouraged active travel and created healthy streets through creative approaches.  Effective marketing, business engagement and tactical urbanism approaches are all valid.

Entry Criteria:

  • Purpose of the project e.g. community, safety, engineering, way finding, promotion etc. 

  • How has it been implemented? 

  • What was the overall budget and what outputs have been delivered to date?  

  • Photographic or video evidence of the project

  • Evidence of influencing travel behaviour, modal share, air quality etc 

Download Entry Form

10. Best Healthy Streets Photo of the Year Award 

Entry Criteria:

Please submit your Healthy Streets Photo of the year on Twitter by using #HealthyStreetsPic2019 and make sure you @TransportXtra

Please submit one photo per tweet and tell us where it is.  

By entering you agree that Landor LINKS and partners can use your image (with credit)

Photographs can also be entered via email by sending to daniel@landor.co.uk with #HealthyStreetsPic2019 in the subject line

Download Entry Form

11. The Ben Hamilton Baillie Award

The Ben Hamilton Baillie award seeks applicants who have challenged the industry and orchestrated significant change for the benefit of both people and places.  This is a lifetime achievement award honouring the legendary street designer.

Entry Criteria:

  • Name and role of nominee 

  • Achievement in making significant change for benefit of both people and places

  • Commitment to the cause 

  • Testimonials illustrating a high level of respect, influence and outcomes 

Download Entry Form


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